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  • um we are doing this wide reading thing for school where we have to choose specific types of books to read and it has to be appropriate for our age and the teacher said Inkdeath isn't
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    • oh wonders why
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      • I am reading- "the good guy" by dean koontz Its really good so far
        New York!
        Concrete jungle where dreams are made of,
        There's nothing you can’t do,

        Now you're in New York!
        These streets will make you feel brand new,
        These lights will inspire you,
        Let's hear it for New York, New York, New York

        JAY Z AND ALICIA KEYS - EMPIRE STATE OF MIND CLICK HERE

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        • I'm reading 'How I live now' by Meg Rosoff
          have to do a.. lecture? about it soon ;__;

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          • Durango street by I have kno idea

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            • Screwtape Letters

              I'm reading "Screwtape Letters" by C.S. Lewis

              interesting book, written in the point of view of a demon who writes letters. ) it makes one really think! although it can get a bit boring after awhile...

              nevertheless, i'm gonna finish reading this one.

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              • Originally posted by Clank View Post
                I am reading- "the good guy" by dean koontz Its really good so far
                I knew you were awesome. Dean Koontz is my favorite author. I have read all of his books - including the Graphic Novel he wrote as the prequel to one of his trilogies. Some of his books are just suspense/thriller, and others also have a paranormal element to them. They're easy reads, and are really enjoyable, I think.

                I'm currently reading, "Northern Lights" by Nora Roberts. It's good.

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                • the amythyst ring by Scott o'dell (for a report )

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                  • Darren Shan Series They are really easy vampire reads (Average at 200 pages each book) and I enjoy them
                    I go through them in a day though and have to wait for the next

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                    • alex rider series & taken (shot book, very short)

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                      • im between books im sooo sad i need a book

                        ohh alex rider series is an exelent series i didnt know he came out wiht two new ones

                        i like Garth Nix hes a good writer
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                        • If you're a girlie then the 'Shopaholic' series is lol funny

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                          • Blue Dahlia by Nora Roberts. First in a trilogy.

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                            • Originally posted by Jess View Post
                              I am reading Nicolas Nickelby By Charles Dickens, Til we have Faces By C.S. Lewis, Code of Hummurabi By Hummurabi, LOrd Bocktree By Brian Jacques and The Time Machine By H.G. Wells
                              i love it Jess, another person who reads the classics. Of your list, I have only read Nicholas Nickelby. I just wanted to go back in time and save him!!

                              Everyone's books seem quite interesting...I will definitely keep them in mind for my next read.

                              Currently, I am reading How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie, and I am also starting to read Hana's Suitcase by Karen Levine because my son requested I read it.

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                              • What are you reading

                                Stinking Rich and Just Plain Stinky by Philip Ardagh - he wrote Eddie Dickens...very funny you can read bits from the book on the site www.philipardagh.com

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